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  • Release from DCCCD

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DCCCD, Dallas County HHS Investigate Suspected TB Case 4/16/12 (Dallas) – The Dallas County Community College District and Dallas County Health and Human Services are coordinating an investigation into a single suspected case of...
  • In the long run, all that ash can be a good thing

    In the long run, all that ash can be a good thing
    Volcano ash can wreck jet engines, poison freshwater lakes and damage lungs. But it helps fertilize oceans, volcano researchers and marine chemists say. "The ocean is gonna be happier" because of the Iceland eruption, said Ken Johnson, senior scientist...
  • White House deal with drug firms draws flak

    An $80-billion deal with the drug industry that the White House thought would add momentum to its campaign for national healthcare reform has instead provoked a political tempest, frustrating and bewildering some of the president's most important allies....
  • Illuminating experience

    Imagine buying a new house with ceiling lights in some rooms, wall lights in the bathrooms and a pair of outdoor fixtures flanking the front door. Sounds like a Spartan lighting plan? That was the norm just 20 years ago, when lighting was an afterthought...
  • 2007 All-Metro Football Team - Offense

    Player of the Year: Tavon Austin, Dunbar Perhaps the area's most exciting player, Austin is The Sun's Offensive Player of the Year a second straight season. The junior running back with 4.4 speed in the 40-yard dash already has more career touchdowns...
  • Football: First, second team offense

    CODY BLUE Wilde Lake, lineman Blue was a standout on both sides of the football for the No. 12 Wildecats (10-3), who advanced to the Class 3A state semifinals. Committed to the University of Maryland, the 6-foot-5, 280-pound senior two-way tackle...
  • White House health-care deal: Tempest

     
    by Tom Hamburger An $80-billion deal with the drug industry that the White House thought would add momentum to its campaign for national healthcare reform has instead provoked a political tempest, frustrating and bewildering some of the president's most...
  • Johnson veering off the course

    Johnson veering off the course
    Having restored the Crescenta Valley High girls' golf program during an era which included a pair of Pacific League championships, Coach Ken Johnson had to follow through with a difficult choice. Johnson faced the decision of whether to continue as coach...
  • Friends, family recall shooting victim's sense of humor, duty

    Friends, family recall shooting victim's sense of humor, duty
    As a Marine reservist, Tyrone A. Brown committed to six years of active drilling, which he fulfilled in 2004, followed by two years in which he would be available for call-up if necessary. But just after he left its active ranks, his unit learned it was...
  • Pope to lead CV golf

    GLENDALE — Lee Pope never lost hope. Having spent the past 11 seasons coaching at all of the different levels of the Crescenta Valley High football program and the past two seasons as the junior varsity boys' golf squad, Pope wanted to see if...
  • Locals seeking turnaround campaigns

    Locals seeking turnaround campaigns
    GLENDALE — In short, neither the Crescenta Valley High or Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' golf teams had stellar seasons last year. The Falcons, accustomed to challenging for Pacific League championships and competing in the CIF Team...